What’s happening in Bratislava in February 2024 ? Even though February is a short month, it doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do. And not only because the carnival is in full swing, Bratislava has prepared a lot more for you. Here are some tips on the best Bratislava events, things to do or how to spend the shortest month of the year.
1. Bratislava’s Carnival
2. Night of Architecture and Design
3. Wedding Fair
4. CSOB Winter Series
6. Concert Spievankovo
7. K-POP Fantasy Night
9. Your 90’s show
10. Jesus from Montreal
11. BeThrifty Vintage Kilo Sale
Here we go! The fun season of the year, carnival, cannot be missed in Bratislava. And where else but in the Old Market Hall! There will be no shortage of great food, drink and entertainment. Among other things, home-made specialties will be served, and you can see how the popular meat products are made. There will also be a rich cultural programme, music and dance performances. See you at the carnival!
A night full of architecture, urbanism and design. If you like architecture and design and everything related to it, you can enjoy it this February in Bratislava. For the 21st time, architecture students will present their works to the public at the FAD Faculty of Architecture and Design, together with the Archtung Association and the FAD Student Platform. There will also be interesting lectures and worshops.
Are you planning a wedding? Or do you just want to enjoy the sight of beautiful dresses and wedding accessories? In that case, you can’t miss the biggest WEDDING FAIR in Slovakia, the 19th edition of which will be held on 10-11 February 2024 at the National Football Stadium. Wedding from A to Z, under one roof you will find everything you need for the most beautiful day. From dresses for brides and suits for grooms, classic and the latest fashion trends, to wedding rings and the most beautiful wedding cakes.
The winter series of Bratislava’s biggest marathon will continue in February. The third round, which will take place in February, will take place in Dúbravka. Also this time there will be children’s races, a 5 km race and a 10 km race. The race starts in the morning, beginning with the children’s races. And everyone will get a medal.
So this bunch needs no introduction. Daniel Dangl, Róbert Jakab, Zuzana Kubovčíková – Šebová, Juraj Kemka, Roman Pomajbo, Michal Kubovčík, Lukáš Latinák, Marián Miezga, Richard Stanke, Petra Polnišová and others. Attention, the audience is also involved in the entertaining improvisational session. You can look forward to a great show.
If you have children, Spievankovo needs no introduction. This time they come with a novelty, thanks to which you and your children will be transported into a fairy tale and experience the magic. Spievanka and Zahrajko had a dream as children, they dreamt of a treasure chest… And how did it go on? You can see, experience and sing along with Spievanka and Zahrajko at a new concert.
Even in February, the biggest phenomenon of recent years – K-POP – cannot be missing. In February you can look forward to a huge K-Pop gathering in Slovakia. DJ GeunYoung will be mixing the best tracks of K-Pop & K-Hiphop & K-EDM all night long.
A myth? Legend? A national hero or a common outlaw? The figure of Janosik has always belonged to Slovak art, whether in films, books, songs or theatre. The latest story of this Slovak national hero is presented in the first original Slovak musical on the New Stage. You can look forward to an exceptional libretto by Daniel Hevier and Svetozár Sprušanský and music by Gabo Dušík.
Do you love 90’s music too? Do you want to reminisce about the discos and the music that was played in those years? Then you can’t miss a line up full of legends with their greatest hits like 2 Unlimited, Haddaway, S.T.S.B. fka Fun Factory, Culture Beat, or Dr. Alban with his unforgettable hits like It’s My Life and Snap with their timeless Rhythm is a Dancer!
This time the Slovak National Theatre has prepared for its audience a somewhat untypical story about how to perform the Easter Passion play about the death of Jesus Christ. What is it about? In a nutshell: the production about the story of the death of Jesus is in need of some refreshment, so the priest decides to approach a young, unconventional theatre artist for the task. He writes a new script and assembles an acting troupe. You will find out how it all ends in the drama of the Slovak National Theatre in the theatrical adaptation of Denys Arcand’s world-famous film.
Sportswear, dresses, t-shirts, jeans, coats, jackets and many other great vintage gadgets and popular designer pieces that you can offer a second life to and that are sold by the kilo in Bratislava. Prices start from 5€ per piece.
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